Decipher

Decipher

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Paperback, Pages: 592

Genres: Thriller, Science Fiction, Fiction

Language: English

Reads: 58

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MANKIND HAS HAD 12,000 YEARS TO DECIPHER THE MESSAGE,
WE HAVE ONE WEEK LEFT....

There is a signal emanating from deep within the ice of Antarctica. Atlantis has awoken. Ancient monuments all over the worlds from the Pyramids of Giza, to Mexico to the ancient sites of China are reacting...to a brewing crisis not of this earth, but somewhere out in the solar system. Connecting to each other through the oceans. Using low frequency sound waves to create an ancient network. The earth is thrown into panic stations. For it seems that the signals emanating from Atlantis are a prelude to something much greater. Could it be that the entire city is in fact one giant ancient machine? And to what end? For what purpose?

It is the year 2012, the same year Mayan belief prophesised the end of the world. Two armies, American and Chinese stand on the brink of war for the control of the most potent force ever known to man. The secrets of Atlantis. Secrets which are encoded in crystal shards retrieved from the sunken city. Secrets which Mankind has had twelve thousand years to decipher...but which will now destroy it within one week.

Reader Reviews
  •    Voodoole Galadz
    2020
    The ONLY reason I'm giving this book 2 stars is because I finished it. It was so long and dragging, though, that I wish it'd been just a LITTLE bit worse so I could've called it quits half-way through. By the half way point, I realized that I had NO interest in any of the main characters (and, it was damn near impossible to tell through the entire book who was a main character and who was a supporting character), there was so much scientific mumbo-jumbo & jargon that for a layperson (and, possibly even more science-minded folks) it was like reading a treatise on what the author thought would happen in 2012, instead of an action story. Not enjoyable. Not in the least. A good hundred or more pages could've been cut out, if the author had just limited himself to REAL action, instead of talking science so much. (I've got nothing wrong with science, but man.... take a clue from James Rollins, keep it fast and interesting, and don't give more science than action.) As I said, of the 10 or 12 characters that we spend the most time with, throughout the book, there are 6 who qualify as competing-for-main-character status. Then it's narrowed down, FINALLY, to just 2, just in time to kill them off. Not one of the characters were people I'd like to know in real life. And the two female characters with any real dialog in the book were thrown in purely to play-off the guys. Purely to give the males a female voice asking question or a feminine form to look at.

    Not recommending this one to anyone. Won't be looking for any more of this author's books, either.
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  •    Akirisar Asars
    2020
    If you want to read a book that actually fulfills the literary promise of the extremely disappointing "DaVinci Code" should read this one instead. It has everything: world mythology, futuristic premises, fascinating connections between past and the present civilizations, very satisfying historical accuracy, and interesting characters who are not entirely two dimensional.

    This novel would make a truly amazing movie, and I can't believe some Hollywood visionary hasn't bought the rights and started production.
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